incrassate


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Chela manus ([male]) incrassate, length along ventroexternal carina 33-51% greater than manus width, 32-37% greater than manus height (Table 1), fingers strongly curved proximally (fixed finger curved dorsally, movable finger curved ventrally), such that only connect distally and distinctive gap present between them proximally, when closed (Fig.
Tarsus I, distal tarsomere, size in relation to the other tarsomere(s), (0) similar; (1) incrassate (Maury & RoigAlsina 1985:figs.
The curvature of metatarsus I, the incrassate tibia I, and the presence of an apophysis on the ventral metatarsus I are characteristics found in Sickius longibulbi, as well as Porrhothele antipodiana (Hexathelidae) (Jackson & Pollard 1990) and Fufius spp.
This species has an exaggerated first antennal segment, being greatly incrassate and elongate, with unique, brushlike setae.
The subfamily Meropachyinae Stal, restricted to the western hemisphere, is a relatively small group of Heteroptera characterized by having the distal end of hind tibiae ending beneath in a short projecting spine, the hind femur curved and usually strongly incrassate, and the hind coxae widely separated.
9) given by Bertkau (1880) shows a small spider (body length 11 mm), with many white spots arranged in transverse stripes and a male tarsus bearing an incrassate and short tibia and a copulatory bulb tapering regularly up to the tip of the embolus.
Antenna about 2/3 as long as total body length; segment II cylindrical, not incrassate, a little longer than head width across eyes; segment IV longer than III.
Antenna almost wholly pale brown, slender; segment II not much incrassate, with apical part as thick as segment I; segments III and IV comparatively long.
Antennae moderate in length; segment I greater than vertex width; segment II somewhat incrassate in [male], subequal in length to basal width of pronotum.